Lovely set; the tin figure is slightly surreal, in that he looks real at first sight!
I would buy that figureen of the Emperor if it;s still there when I come. I presume that is the self-same Franz Joseph of the ballet Mayerling and of the eponymous glacier in New Zealand?
Love that frames and mirrors shot!
Gruss Gott:Is the figure of Emperor Franz Joseph I from the Kober shop on the Graben?It is very realistic.susanvon
So elegant Merrisi, I so enjoy how you theme your daily posts. It is an art form. Beautiful.
Emperor Franz Joseph has me holding my breath awaiting his anticipated move forward ... so well presented that the depth and dimension are alive. Window Reflection in Mirror is absolute poetry ... drawing and seducing the eye into it. Amicis is reaching out to envelop the viewer in the doorway ... makes me want to take a step back.I force myself to wait until day's end for your work. It is my looked forward to treat to my senses. I am so grateful to you for your generous sharing of these treasures.
well, I like the frame shots!
Now you know I want that little tin figure of the Emperor...he is a darling! Thanks for your lovely words on my blog, it helps so much having kind bloogy friends. :)
I want the emperor!Anne
Gold and Vienna go hand in glove it seems to me..and you have captured it here so well :)
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